holocaust survivors

Survivors have felt insecure during the coronavirus pandemic, according to vaccine drive organizer Erika Jakubovits. "We owe this to them."
Over 70 years after losing track of her friend, Ruth Brandspiegel heard Israel Eisenberg's name announced during a virtual synagogue service.
Melpomeni Dina was a teenager and an orphan when she risked her life to hide and protect the Mordechai family.
There's no doubt that anti-Semitism is alive and well in Lithuania today. Yet an opposite tendency - a desire among Lithuanians to remember and honor the Jewish past - is also plain to see.
The passing of Elie Wiesel serves as a timely reminder that one day soon Holocaust survivors will no longer be able to tell their own stories.
Nearly 75 years ago, the Nazis launched Operation Barbarossa, a massive invasion of the Soviet Union, in which 4.5 million Axis soldiers surprised the Soviets with blitzkrieg attacks across the 2,900-kilometer border.